• Iran-Trotter: Esfandiar

    Javad Gharaei is a young tourist who travels across Iran to explore the country’s most exotic places. In this episode, he visits the saffron-covered village of Esfandiar in South Khorasan Province.

  • I Am from Iran: Bagher Larijani

    Bagher Larijani is a well-known Iranian professor of Endocrinology and former Chancellor of Tehran University of Medical Sciences. He talks about his personal and academic lives elaborating on his areas of interest in medical sciences.

  • The Sanctuary

    The sad life story of the Syrian people is now retold by an Iranian man who travels there and discovers that the holy shrine of Hazrat Zaynab (PBUH) is a strong-standing sanctuary for these people.

  • Anti-War Artist: Michael Culver

    Michael Culver, a prominent English actor, is also an anti-war, peace activist. His ideas are put into perspective along with interviews of two of his artist friends who talk about his character.

  • Iranscape: Mehdi and Garik

    In this episode of Iranscape you will meet Mehdi, from Afghanistan and Garik, from Armenia. Both fluent in Persian, they have discovered a major part of their lives in Iran.

  • 50 Years Later

    MKO, founded initially on Islamic ideology and tilted toward Marxist armed struggle, later shifted to pure Marxism, with no Islamic Ideology, gaining widespread notoriety lasting up to the present day.

  • Assignment Iran: David Burnett

    David Burnett, an American magazine photojournalist, recounts his experience during the Islamic Iranian Revolution including his “Man of the Year” portrait of Ayatollah Khomeini, published in Time.

  • Currents of Life: Ali Iskander Alexander Loh

    In this documentary we meet a German Muslim convert, Ali Iskander Alexander Loh and his Muslim family. He tells us about his extraordinary journey towards Islam and his new life as a Muslim man.

  • Iran: Women and the Islamic Revolution

    After the fall of the Shah in 1979, Iranian women found themselves in a new situation. Their struggle alongside men, constitutional rights, equality and hijab were recurrent themes at that time.

  • I Am from Iran: Siavash Riahi

    A young Iranian scientist in the field of chemistry, Siavash Riahi, along with his wife, talks about his personal and academic life.

  • Iran-Trotter: Navroud

    Javad Gharaei is a young tourist who travels across Iran to explore the country’s most exotic places. In this episode, he visits some villages near the Navroud River in Gilan.

   
   

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